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Lauren BergerHello! My name is Lauren Berger, and I live in Sacramento, California. Diving is my true passion, and I am also very involved in shark and ocean conservation. I absolutely love sharks, and my favorite dive site is where the sharks congregate! I also love the majestic Kelp forests of Point Lobos, Carmel, CA. I am new to underwater photography, a little over a year. I absolutely love it and love leaning more about improving my skills and technique. I use an Olympus Pen Epl-5 with Nauticam housing, and twin Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes.United StatesUnited States
Meryl Mae OngI use an OMD-EM5 in nauticam housing with single YS-d1 strobe. Started underwater photography a while back with a Sony point and shoot, just for something to do underwater, other than swimming and looking at marine life. I only started really learning about taking pictures underwater just this year. Mostly I dive in Dumaguete, Philippines.PhilippinesPhilippines
wayne jones Living in Anilao, Philippines. Owner/operator Anilao Photo AcademyMy Website
Tommi KokkolaI've enjoyed taking photos for a long time, but since we moved to Asia 2007 I've put more effort into photography. Underwater photography has been the main reason to dive for me since 2011. I've been traveling extensively in Southeast Asia, and diving as often as I can. I'm also technical diver and currently diving with rEVO rebreather. I'm living in Taiwan, thus having good opportunities also for nature and travel photography. Originally I'm from Finland. You can see more photos at my website.My Website
ajiex dharmaCanon PowerShot S120IndonesiaIndonesia
Richard MicusI have always been taken underwater pictures for the last 15 years but only seriously for the last 4 years. I use the Canon 650d with Sea & Sea housing with two Sea & Sea a110 strobes. If I had to pick a my best dive area to take pics would be Bonaire.United StatesUnited States
Chase DarnellLiving and photographing currently in the Cayman Islands! I shoot Canon with Ikelite and Light and Motion equipment. "More hours in the water, means more life changing experiences" Chase DarnellMy Website
Cayman islandsCayman islands
Lucio ValgimigliI'am a beginner photographer with a compact camera Olympus TG 830. Actually I am only snorkeling, not scuba diving.ItalyItaly
Nezih EkmekciI use Nikon D300. I'm taking u/w photos since 1996.TurkeyTurkey
oscar castroNikon D7000 2X Sea&Sea YS-D2 Ikelite HousingMexicoMexico
Ipah UidG15 canon powershot, Canon housing,My Website
Erik ShenkoHi, i've been a underwater photographer since I arrived to the caribbean sea in 2004, first diving and doing cave cenotes pictures but most recently doing fashon and wedding pictures.My Website
Ute NiemannJust fascinated when discovering this for me unknown world. Underwaterphotgrapher since 5 years. Olympus E-620 in BS-Kinetics-Housing. Makro and Wideangel.My Website
Maarten ElzingaD7100 - Hugyfot - Nikkor & Tokina fisheye, Nikkor 105mm MicroMy Website
Alison RanheimCamera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS3, How long: 7 years, Favorite Photo site: Honolu'a Bay, MauiUnited StatesUnited States
Patricia SinclairCurrently using the olympus OMD EM-1. I am still learning photography on a daily basis, what makes a good image and what doesn't. I simply adore diving and would rather be underwater than working my 9 to 5. I have dove in most places of the Caribbean and now am diving the Philippines when I have enough time off to do so. United StatesUnited States
Nina BaxaWater. I’ve been fascinated with it from before I can remember. Apparently my father – in trying to impress my parents’ female friends with his knowledge of babies – gently submerged me as a new-born into our pool. I couldn’t get enough of it. I became PADI certified in 2008, and bought a cheap point-and-shoot camera with my husband to show our friends and family the wonders of the Caribbean Sea. With time, I got better gear along the way – currently I’m in love with 4/3 mirrorless cameras. I feel I’ve only just begun really getting into underwater imaging. I’m most certainly still learning, and will always do so. I remind myself most of all to witness the beauty around me, all the time. With photographs, it all comes back to that one thing in the end: Water. It inspires me. If I can show the beauty of water, and the crucial importance of water, and all nature’s gifts in it, in any conceivable way, I’ll have a happy soul. The journey continues. My Website
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Shane BathamMany yearsMy Website
Ken KieferKen Kiefer has always had a love for the water and it’s residents. He grew up surfing and loving nature. This progressed to lifeguarding to stay near the water as much as possible. While lifeguarding he was introduced to scuba diving in 1992 and it was love at first breath. He quickly progressed through the dive ranks to become a PADI instructor by 1994. He wanted to share all of the beauty that he was experiencing underwater with his friends and family, so he tried both still photography and video to bring a small part of the underwater realm home to them. Starting with a tiny point and shoot Sealife and working through a Nikonos and various small video formats, Ken found his passion when DSLRs came onto the scene. Digital media allowed him to better express the creativity that he wanted to show. Ken honed his photojournalistic style by shooting in the swift currents of Cozumel and with speedy swim teams. He had to learn to compose shots in seconds, because many tim...My Website
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Philippe TonaciniNikon D90 caisson nauticam flash subtronic, plongeur eau douce et froideSwitzerlandSwitzerland
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